Vol. 16, No. 20 – June 28 – July 11, 2023 – Harbor Patrol Blotter

Tuesday 6/06

8:55am, received report that a female transient jumped the fence to the Portside pool and locked herself into the restroom. Officers responded and were able to convince the individual to come out and leave the Portside pool.

5:20pm, received report of a petroleum spill at VHV I-dock from a commercial fishing vessel. Officers responded and found the source, were able to mitigate.

Wednes 6/07

8:00am, removed a local transient woman from the Launch Ramp restrooms. The subject went on a crazy rant, blaming everyone in ear-shot for her situation. Officers offered assistance with local charities, but she refused and ran off.

1:05pm, dispatched to a stingray strike at Harbor Cove. Officers responded with hot water to aid treatment of the puncture wound. Assisted State Parks with call.

Thursday 6/08

10:15am, dispatched to a stingray strike at Harbor Cove. Officers responded with State Parks to assist patient near Tower 3 with hot water.

4:40pm, received report of a sick/injured sealion near the Santa Clara Rivermouth from a beach comber. Officers responded, found sea lion and contacted Channel Islands Marine Wildlife Inst. (CIMWI) 805 567-1505.

Friday 6/09

4:05pm, observed two homeless persons setting up camp near Surfers Knoll, advised of no camping ordinance, they moved further back into Arundo.
Saturday 6/10 8:26am, officers taking Rescue B19 and Fireboat to assist with boating traffic control for Hokolua outrigger canoe race(s) near Harbor Cove Beach.

Sunday 6/11

9:07am, received report of a sick/injured sealion on the rip rap near the Greek Restaurant. Officers responded, found sealion suffering from demoic poisoning.

10:05am, receiving multiple reports of sick sealions through out the harbor. Relayed CIMWI contact info to notify them of the growing numbers.

12:20pm, dispatched to stingray strike at Harbor Cove, responded with hot water

Monday 6/12

6:30pm, receiving multiple reports of sick injured sea lions. Advising that a lot of sea lions have been coming ashore with symptoms of demoic poisoning.
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